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NASA seeks for means to keep Artemis on track regardless of the outcome of the budget

As the appropriations of the 2020 fiscal years approach its endgame, the leadership of NASA states that it will look for means to maintain efforts to take back humans to the moon by the year 2024 on track even after the agency fails to get all the financing it has requested.  The appropriations committee leaders…
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Next month, SpaceX scheduled to launch Mighty Mice, Wild Physics as well as More to Space Station

The next resupply liftoff of SpaceX to International Space Station, anticipated for December 4, is going to bring a host of the science equipment to astronauts who live and work on the orbiting laboratory.  The flight named CRS-19 will mark SpaceX 19th mission under its commercial resupply of cargo services deal with NASA. Launch is…
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A Reusability Mark Has Been Set For Suborbital Spaceflight by New Shepard

New Shepard launch On December 11 2019, New Shepard vehicles lifted NS-12 Suborbital mission. This was the 1st flight in more than seven months and it is inching close to developing flight that will ferry people to the  lower part the of space This New Shepard launch took place at 12:53 PM Texas time, this…
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First Core stage of the New Space Launch System Mega rocket shown off by NASA Chief

The administrator of NASA Jim Bridenstine bragged about the finished core stage of the pioneer Space Launch System spaceship during an event of news that held on December 9, 2019. The event happened at NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility that is located in New Orleans. This is where the main stage of the spaceship launched the…
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Preliminary design view passed by WFIRST

WASHINGTON- A telescope belonging to NASA recently finished a significant review of another relevant statement, and it is still progressing; mission officials state that despite its financial problems.  On November 1, NASA declared that the Wide-Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST) endured its preliminary design review (PDR), a huge milestone in the creation of the observatory…
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Boeing Releases Statement Disagreeing With NASA OIG Report

Boeing, one of the partners in the Commercial Crew Program, has lashed back at the Office of Inspector General concerning a recently released report on the program. NASA launched the CPP to shift its dependence on the Russian crewed spacecraft Soyuz to commercial companies for space travel, having retired its fleet of crew spaceships in…
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Ejecting of a Star from the Milky Way’s heart of darkness reaches a mind-blowing speed

While the humankind’s ancestors were still learning how to walk straight, a star launched itself from the supermassive black hole. It is located in Milky Way’s center at a breathtaking speed of 3.7 million mph. This is equivalent to 6 million kilometers per hour.  Five million years later after the dramatic ejection, a group of…
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A Northrop Grumman Craft Delivers Supplies to ISS

A Northrop Grumman Cygnus supply spacecraft launched to International Space Station on November 2, 2019, carrying about 3700 kilograms of scientific research equipment and cargo. The spacecraft was launched at the Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia and came during the celebrations of the 19th anniversary since the first crew lived on the ISS. Launching from…
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Odd Looking Space Cloud holds Hope for Scientists

NASA satellite Spitzer spotted a cloud of a remnant nebula that oddly resembled a ghoul. Originating from a former star called the O-type star, the floating mass of space cloud is believed to consist of radiation and particles. The O-type is said to be 15 times the size of the sun. An exertion likely formed…
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Mars 2020 rover test for Mars Terrain

 The rover set aside for NASA’s Mars mission has been shifted in a Mars simulation chamber. This is to test the rover named Mars 2020 in an environment that is similar to Mar’s atmosphere. During its development, scientists and researchers stated that the rover was built to survive the longest on the terrestrial planet. Mars…
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